News: Globe (15 Jul 1915)

Contact: Ann Stevens

Surnames: Almer, Grap, Quast, Prock, Destinon, Hagedorn, Hemp, Rosenbergm Scheel, Glass, Henchen, Kalsow, Methock, Schlinkert, Lang, Wagner, Pischer, Mallig, Steinberg, Kuhl

----Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 7/15/1915

Globe (15 Jul 1915)

(Last week)
Jim Almer and wife of Sparta visited here a couple of days with their cousins, F. and Gus. Grap, and families.

Miss Florence Quast of Greenwood will spend the summer here with her sister, Mrs. Linus Prock.

Rev. John Destinon and wife of Wausau spent the 4th here with relatives.

Paul Hagedorn entertained the Richard Hagedorn family, Mary and Grandma Hagedorn, Ernest Hemp, Gus. Grap and their families, Dick Rosenberg and family and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Scheel, Sr., for supper last Monday in honor of Rev. Destinon and wife.

(This week)
J. Quast and wife of Greenwood spent Sunday here with their daughter, Mrs. Linus Prock and family.

Miss Frances Glass of Neillsville is visiting at the home of Gus. Grap.

Arnold Henchen is working for Bill Kalsow this week.

Miss Erna Methock, who has been working for Mrs. Linus Prock a number of months, is spending a few weeks under the parental roof and later will go to Janesville, where she has employment.

Rob. Schlinkert and wife and son were callers at the home of Gus. Grap and family Sunday evening.

Mrs. Frank Lang and baby of Neillsville are visiting at the home of Chas. Wagner.

Oswald Pischer and mother of Grant were callers at G. Mallig’s Sunday evening.

A number of young folks spent Sunday evening at Paul Hagedorn’s.

Linus Prock and family and Miss Florence Quast spent Sunday and had supper at Albert Kalsow’s.

Miss Bertha Quast called on her Grandma Steinberg last Thursday.

Gus. Kuhl and wife were callers at Wm. Kuhl’s Sunday evening.



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